In March, first and second year A-Level Photography students took a trip to the Tate Modern Art Gallery to experience the "Performing for the Camera" exhibition, which is running until June 12th 2016.
It was a fantastic experience for the students, with the exhibition being full of big names from the photography world.
It bagn with the 196,0s where Yves Klein documented his nude models' performances where they were painted blue and created body prints on paper. This went all the way through the decades, through to Cindy Sherman where she changes her identity through a variety of portraiture work.
There were over 50 photographers exhibiting at the event, so there was something to inspire all of the photography student’s own work and projects.